Media

"Hello, Helpdesk!" in the Harrisburg Patriot-News

Barry Fox and Kira L. Schlechter of the Harrisburg Patriot-News designated "Hello, Helpdesk!" one of "the best tracks on the Millennium Music Conference two-disc compilation album", writing:

From north of the border (that's Kingston, Ontario) comes infotourist and this jaunty, quirkily witty take on being a working drone buried in a cubicle in the world of big business. It might be a bit long, but the highly observant lyrics are brilliantly pointed.

Harrisburg Patriot-News, Sunday June 18, 2006

Infotourist in the Harrisburg Patriot-News

Regarding Infotourist's appearance at the Millennium Music Conference in Harrisburg, PA Alexis Dow of the Harrisburg Patriot-News wrote:

These lads hail from Kingston, Ontario, and they're probably some of the coolest guys there. Their sound punches convention in the face with a fistful of indie cred and Radiohead-meets-Modest Mouse-meets-Godspeed You.

Plus, they sings songs about things such as how mind-numbing the daily grind can be. Who can't relate to that?

Harrisburg Patriot-News, Thursday June 22, 2006

The Sweet Hereafter on CFRC

On Tuesday April 4, 2006, Jason and Noah appeared on Tuan "Hitmaker" Bui's show The Sweet Hereafter on CFRC radio in Kingston to talk about Selected Case Studies, upcoming performances, music distribution, and a number of other topics. The entire show is available as an MP3, but be warned that it's a 110 MB file. The Infotourist-centric part of the two-hour program starts at about the one hour and ten minute mark and lasts almost to the end, but the entire show is well worth a listen; if you like it, consider subscribing to the Sweet Hereafter podcast.

MySpace

Apparently all the kids used to hang out at MySpace, so in a feeble attempt to fit in with the pre-teen set, we have our own MySpace page. If you're nerd, you might appreciate the effort that Jason put into bending the template to his tyrannical will.

New Music Canada

Check out our New Music Canada page; it says pretty much all the same things this site says, only in red, beige and blue instead of black and white.

Sonic Bids

If you like the black and white but prefer a sans-serif font, you can see all the same stuff in yet another context on our SonicBids page.